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List of currently active United States military land vehicles

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List of currently active United States military land vehicles

The following is a list of currently active United States military land vehicles grouped by type of land vehicle.

Main battle tank

Infantry fighting vehicles

Armored personnel carriers

Mine-protected vehicles

Light armored vehicles

Light utility vehicles

Combat engineering vehicles

Self-propelled artillery


Prime movers and trucks


Unmanned combat vehicles


Experimental vehicles

See also


  1. ^ Abrams – 2013 Army Weapons Systems Handbook
  2. ^
  3. ^ Bradley Fighting Vehicle Systems –
  4. ^ M113 Variants –
  5. ^ M113 Family of Vehicles –
  6. ^ LAV-25 – MarineCorpstimes
  7. ^ HMMWV – 2013 Army Weapon Systems Handbook
  8. ^ Humvee Spec Sheets – AM General
  9. ^ New National Guard ambulance unveiled –, 30 January 2014
  10. ^ United States air rescue teams ordered HDT Storm SRTV –, February 3, 2013
  11. ^
  12. ^ US Army Works Toward Single Ground Robot -, 15 November 2014
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